Connie Jenkins-Greig is a budding actress from London, England, best known for her roles in the TV series Mr. Selfridge, BBC’s New Blood, and Queen Charlotte, a TV mini-series spinoff of the popular Netflix Original Series, Bridgerton. Born on November 18, 2003, she is recognized for her distinctive acting talent and is also known for her work behind the camera and in voiceover roles.
|Date of Birth
|November 18, 2003
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|Graduate of Michael Xavier’s MXMasterClass
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|Younger brother, Hector Jenkins-Craig
Connie Jenkins-Greig Early Life and Education
Born and raised in London, Jenkins-Greig demonstrated a passion for the performing arts from a young age. She further honed her acting skills and technique at the MXMasterClass, an institution run by acclaimed British actor and singer Michael Xavier. Jenkins-Greig is also an active supporter of the Save the Arts Movement.
Connie Jenkins-Greig Career
Jenkins-Greig’s versatile career spans television, film, stage, and voiceover work. She has impressed audiences and critics alike with her acting in popular TV series such as Mr. Selfridge and New Blood. Her role as Young Violet Ledger in Queen Charlotte, a spinoff of Netflix’s Bridgerton, has further cemented her place in the industry.
Additionally, Jenkins-Greig lent her voice for the video game Dead Man’s Phone, demonstrating her range as an actress.
Connie Jenkins-Greig Personal Life
Jenkins-Greig is close to her family and has a younger brother named Hector Jenkins-Craig. She uses her Instagram platform, where she has 1,000 followers, to share snippets of her life, including her European travels and updates on her acting projects.
Connie Jenkins-Greig Associations
Jenkins-Greig has worked alongside well-known actors such as Golda Rosheuvel and Michelle Fairley in Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story. On the TV series Mr. Selfridge, she shared the screen with Jeremy Piven and Amy Beth Hayes. Her professional relationships in the industry speak to her growing influence in the acting world.